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What are some examples of antagonists muscles?

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You can't really define a muscle as antagonistic since it's relative to another muscle known as the agonist, and this is relative to the movement. For example: in the flexion of the elbow joint the biceps brachii muscle is the agonist so the triceps
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An example of this kind of muscle pairing is the biceps brachii and
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Pretty much every muscle has its antagonist or the body part they attach to would be stuck in the same position. For an example, how about the depressor mandibuli and the masseter?
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there are upto four functional groups of muscles acting on joints.1 agonist: actively contract to make a movement. muscle length reduces. 2. antagonist: resists the muscle on opposite
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Antagonist muscles can be any muscle, they are simply the muscles opposite the one in motion. The muscle in motion is known as the agonist, the opposite, the antagonist ...
Antagonistic muscles are muscles that work in opposition to each other by contracting. A good example is the antagonistic pair of muscles used in bending and straightening ...
One good example of antagonistic pairs are the muscles in your arms. These are the triceps and the biceps. Another good pair is the pectoral muscles and the back ...
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